This is the part that it's all about. Coachbuilders. Most remaining smal Blitz busses today are post war products. Most German coach builders restarted their businesses after the war with cabriolet's and reliable smal chassis lik the 1.5 ton Blitz.
The smalles ones. Hardly more than a spacious car often for 6 or 8
|1935-37 1 ton tourer||Drawing for a coach. the wheelbase makes it a 1.5 ton chassis||A genuine color picture of a coach on a 1,5 tonner. (Polizei = police, but in these days firefighters and ambulance services where al combined under that name)||Seems to be a 1 tonner with camo|
1.5 ton "standard" busses.
|Three Reutter busses in front of the factory (post-war)||A bus with missing engine covers. Not sure this actually is a Blitz by the placing of the headlights - source unknown||A post war picture (1947)from one of the coachbuilders - source unknown||1,5 t blitzbus in Altenberg||1,5 t confiscated||A more seasoned example in the orient.||And even an example with panoramic windows.|
|WM-13600 seen in 1941 Gdyna(poland)||WM-13600 seen in 1941 Gdyna(poland)||A merry post war trip with a 1.5 tonner of the Frankfurter Reiseburo||A merry post war trip with a 1.5 tonner of the Frankfurter Reiseburo||A merry post war trip with a 1.5 tonner of the Frankfurter Reiseburo|
|a 1,5 tonner from the famous site of Holger. KFZderWehrmacht.de||By the design lines this could easily be an Auwärter bus(compare the 3 ton surviver). But, unfortunaly the logo on the radiator says: borgward.||1950 Möve - www.wahrenburg-reisen.de||a 1954 bus. Probably a 1954 trip in a 1947-51 1.5 tonner||Could this be the same bus? Seen on a camping site 1.5 tonner|